This year on June 13 and 14, Family Centre, in affiliation with the Inter-Agency Committee for Children and Families and CURB, presents its second annual ACEs Conference to educate the Bermuda public on Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) and their long-term effects. The 2 day conference will focus on Understanding & Addressing Racial Trauma and the hidden wounds associated with it, and The Economics of ACEs - the high cost of ACEs on individuals, families and the community.
Day 1 – Understanding & Addressing Racial Trauma
Thursday, June 13, 2019 | 9:30 AM - 5:00 PM
HSBC Bank Bermuda, 37 Front Street, Hamilton HM 12
6th Floor Hamilton Room - Front Street Entrance
The purpose of Day 1 is to help the community understand the connection between racial trauma and ACEs.
Day 1 is designed to be a time of reflection, renewal, self-care, and healing for those who are committed to addressing issues of race, racial oppression, and Adverse Childhood Experiences and their consequences.
Day 1 – Understanding & Addressing Racial Trauma is presented in partnership with Citizens Uprooting Racism in Bermuda (CURB) and Inter Agency Committee for Children and Families (IAC).
Thank you to our sponsors: Bank of Bermuda Foundation, ABIC, ABIR, Australia Japan Cable (AJC), Butterfield & Vallis, Gosling's, Kitson Group of Companies, and Lindo's Group of Companies! We also wish to thank HSBC Bank Bermuda for the use of their space.
Day 2 – The Economics of ACEs
Friday, June 14, 2019 | 9:00 AM - 4:30 PM
Hamilton Princess Harbourview Ballroom
The aim of the conference is to bring together business leaders, insurance professionals, policy analysts, social service professionals, educators, key stakeholders to share the science behind adverse childhood experiences (ACEs). The conference attendees will gain an understanding of how childhood trauma could translate into workplace absenteeism, the rising cost of health care and mental health services. Our goal is to strengthen cross-sector collaboration and explore ways we can work together to promote greater awareness of the potential impact of ACEs on business productivity.
Day 2 – The Economics of ACEs is presented in partnership with Inter Agency Committee for Children and Families (IAC).
Thank you to our sponsors, Butterfield Bank, Edmund Gibbons Limited, U.S. Consulate General in Bermuda, and the Government of Bermuda - Ministry of National Security!
For groups of 10 or more, Purchase Order or special payment arrangements, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. For special assistance, call Stephanie at 232-1116.
Visit Family Centre’s website to read speaker biographies and find out more information: https://www.tfc.bm/aces-conference-2019/
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